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Foreign books in this list may be obtained from Lemcke & Buechner, 30-32 West 27th St., New 
York City; G. E. Stechert & Co., 151-55 West 25th St., New York City; F. C. Stechert & Co., 20-35 
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Aristotle. Aristotelis Meteorologicorum Libri Quattuor. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard 

University Press. Pp. 234. $3 . 50. 
Barker, E. Greek Political Theory; Plato and His Predecessors. New York: Mac- 

millan. Pp. 13+403. $4.25 net. 
Classical Studies in Honor of Charles Forster Smith. By his Colleagues. (Studies in 

Language and Literature.) Madison, Wis.: University of Wisconsin. Pp. 100. 

Paper $1.00. 
De Vore, Madge. Latin Stems and English Derivatives for Second Year Latin. 

Boston: Badger. Pp. 65. $1.00. 
Fowler, W. W. The Death of Turnus. Observations on the twelfth book of the 

Aeneid. New York: Longmans. Pp. 7+157. $2.00 net. 

Freeman, S. E. Vergil's Aeneid, Books V and VII. In 2 volumes. With intro- 
duction, notes, and vocabularies. (Oxford Junior Latin Series.) New York: 

Oxford University Press. Pp. 144 and 160. Each, $0.70. 
Gray, W. D. A Study of the Life of Hadrian Prior to His Accession. (Studies in 

History, Vol. IV, No. 3.) Northampton, Mass.: Smith College. Pp. 209. 

Paper, $0.75. 
Grenfell, B. P., and Hunt, A. S. The Oxyrhynchus Papyri. Part Xm. With 

translation and notes. New York: Oxford University Press. Pp. 8+233. 

Hoffman, H. A. Everyday Greek. Greek words in English, including scientific 

terms. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Pp. 9+107. $1.25 net. 
Hoppin, J. C. A Handbook of Attic Red-Figured Vases. Vol.1. Cambridge, Mass.: 

Harvard University Press. Pp.472. $8.00 net. 
Jackson, J. Select Odes of Horace. With introduction, notes, and vocabulary. 

(Oxford Junior Latin Series.) New York: Oxford University Press. Pp. 138. 

Merrill, W. A. Notes on the Silvae of Statius, Book II. (University of California 

Publications in Classical Philology, Vol. V, No. 5. Pp. 85-100.) Berkeley, 

Calif.: University of California Press. Paper, $0.15. 
NncBrE, Elizabeth. Vergil and the English Poets. (Columbia University Studies 

in English and Comparative Literature.) New York: Lemcke & Buechner. 

Pp. 8+251. $1 .50 net. 
Sandys, J. E. Latin Epigraphy. An introduction to the study of Latin inscrip- 
tions. Illustrated. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 8vo. Pp. 348. 

12s. 6d. net. 
Wilson, Pearl C. Wagner's Dramas and Greek Tragedy. (Columbia University 

Studies in Classical Philology.) New York: Lemcke & Buechner. Pp. 7+97. 

$1 . 50 net.